Intake Date 1/20/2018

Shelter Transfer

Age: Estimated:  2-3 Years

Best In a home with no small children

Jellybean was surrendered to a shelter by her family when they said they could no longer handle her.  They said she had snapped at multiple family members when they would touch her head.  After being surrendered the shelter saw why, this poor baby had terribly infected ears and it is no telling how long they had been that way.  The shelter got her some medicine and before long she was letting people touch her head without a problem.  She is still a bit hesitant at times, and we don;t blame her one bit.  She is used to having so much pain in her ears.  She is still fighting an ear infection and we hope to have it cleared up soon.  She was not a fan of having her ears touched but right after the medicine going in she is back to being her normal wiggly self and asking for butt rubs.   She does suffer from separation anxiety and we are trying her out on some medication in hopes that will help her.  She just always wants to be with people and have someone to love on her.  This sweet girl deserves a chance at a loving family that will never give up on her for trying to tell them when she doesn’t feel good or is in pain.